Design, construction and operation of facilities and of MIBC must meet high technical requirements of integrated security and anti-terrorism protection, fire protection, civil defense. Necessary level of safety "Moscow-City" is achieved through the development and implementation of specific requirements for the design, construction and operation of facilities and MIBC as a whole.
Systematic study on the integrated security MIBC "Moscow-City" began with the adoption of the Government of Moscow December 29, 2005 № 2683-RP "On the organization of the work to ensure that counter-terrorism security and safety of complex high-rise buildings and facilities in the city of Moscow."
As a result of the Moscow Government measures launched engineering measures to counter threats, including terrorism, in the design and construction of individual objects in the MIBC "Moscow-City", invested by investors, developers.
Developed and approved the concept of fire safety of MIBC "Moscow-City". The concept defines requirements for the fire safety of objects that should be taken into account in the design of objects in the MIBC "Moscow-City".
Today, in the existing buildings, all with Fluid Systems fire alarm and extinguishing meet the requirements of high-rise construction. Uses unique design solutions.
In order to ensure the fire safety of all MIBC in the North tower (one of the objects of MIBC) is based in the largest Russian territorial fire and rescue team, equipped with the latest technology. Management company "CITY" in conjunction with the Ministry of Emergency Situations in Moscow periodically hold fire and tactical exercises, during which questions practiced evacuation of people from a burning building, fire-fighting high-rise buildings and rescue people.
The concept of fire safety facilities is part of a comprehensive security system MIBC.
In accordance with the Decree of the Government of Moscow August 11, 2006 № 1580-RP "On urgent measures to ensure the safety and functioning of the" Moscow-City "organizational security features of MIBC" Moscow-City "is currently assigned to the JSC" City ".
A comprehensive system of security and livelihoods of MIBC "Moscow-City" - a set of structures in the field of public authorities, organizations and citizens of the city, as well as specially created government, forces and means, take purposeful action to meet the goals and objectives of security. Appointment of a comprehensive system of security and life support - to organize, implement and monitor the status and achievement of the required level of safety for the citizens residing in the territory of the objects and the "Moscow-City".
In order to create a common information space "Moscow-City", the implementation of the guaranteed performance monitoring, life support systems, processes and software engineering safety MIBC "Moscow-City", a timely decision on the prevention and elimination of emergency situations, as well as operational management of search and rescue services, fire service and special forces in emergency situations, all the buildings and structures located on the territory of the "Moscow-City" or neighborhood (including the headers) will be equipped with a structured system for monitoring and control of engineering systems (SMIS).
In the design of engineering systems, security facilities, including SMIS and fire safety systems will be provided information interaction points of monitoring and control systems, security facilities with automated systems EDDTS Yesod Moscow through the central point for monitoring and ensuring the security of MIBC "Moscow-City" and with duty services special services and units (fire station, territorial bodies of federal executive bodies).
The core and the main working part of a comprehensive system of security and livelihoods of MIBC "Moscow-City" is the Center for integrated security.
Currently, work is underway on the design of the central points of monitoring and security, develop options for evacuation of people from the objects and the "Moscow City" in the event of emergencies and designing stationary checkpoints and inspecting vehicles, and others.